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Joint Interagency Task Force

Mensaje por kilo009 » Lun Jun 08, 2009 12:54 pm

Tema creado para documentarnos sobre Joint Interagency Task Force:

Pentagon Quietly Sending 1,000 Special Operators to Afghanistan in Strategy Revamp

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/06 ... gy-revamp/

The Pentagon is sending 1,000 more special operations forces and support staff into Afghanistan and is revamping the way its covert warriors fight the Taliban, military sources tell FOXNews.com.
By Rowan Scarborough

FOXNews.com

Friday, June 05, 2009

The Pentagon is sending 1,000 more special operations forces and support staff into Afghanistan to bolster a larger conventional troop buildup, and is revamping the way Army Green Berets and other commandos work to rid villages of the Taliban.

While much of the public focus has been on 24,000 additional American troops moving into the country this year, U.S. Special Operations Command is quietly increasing its covert warriors in what could be a pivotal role in finally defeating insurgents, military sources tell FOXNews.com.

The movement comes as Lt. Gen. Stanley McChrystal, a special operator who led successful manhunts in Iraq for Al Qaeda terrorists, is about to take command in Afghanistan.

McChrystal, who underwent a Senate Armed Services confirmation hearing Tuesday, is expected to put more emphasis on using commandos in counterinsurgency operations and on finding or killing key Taliban leaders.

Underscoring that theme, McChrystal has asked two veteran special operators on the Pentagon's Joint Staff, which he directs, to accompany him to Afghanistan once he wins Senate approval for a fourth star. The two are Maj. Gen. Michael Flynn, who headed intelligence for the chief terrorist hunting unit in Iraq; and Brig Gen. Austin Miller, a Joint Staff director for special operations.

Military sources say Brig. Gen. Ed Reeder, who commands special operations in Afghanistan, went in-country earlier this year to revamp the way Green Beret "A" Teams, Delta Force and other special operators conduct counter-insurgency.

Green Berets, the same group that led the 2001 ouster of the Taliban from power, now primarily work out of fire support bases, often independently of conventional forces. They fight to control the Taliban-infested border with Pakistan, and train the Afghan army.

Critics within special operations have said the A Teams need to work more closely with conventional forces and with NATO counterparts. "This would give us a needed one-two punch," said a former operator who served in Afghanistan.

Reeder heads the new Combined Forces Special Operations Component Command. It is a mix of the more open Green Berets and Marine commandos, and the super-secret Delta Force and Navy SEALs who conduct manhunts.

The covert side works in task forces that are only identified by a secret three-digit number. They are aided by Army Rangers and a Joint Interagency Task Force made up of the CIA, National Security Agency, FBI and other intelligence units.

McChrystal is a former commander of Joint Special Operations Command, the home of Delta Force. He led the hunt in Iraq that killed Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, one of Al Qaeda's leading terrorists in the Middle East, in 2006.

Those who worked with him talk of a tenacious warrior who worked to link his direct-action fighters with the intelligence operatives who provided crucial information on terrorist locations. McChrystal allowed Delta operatives at the troop level (akin to a conventional platoon) to call in Predator spy drones during a mission.

"We need a Predator on that house," is the way the former operative in Iraq described Delta's freer rein.

The increase in special operations forces is an attempt to rebalance commando presence there, after the demands of the Iraq War stripped some of its manpower in Afghanistan. The influx will bring the total special operations forces in Afghanistan to about 5,000, a spokesman at special operations command confirmed to FOXNews.com.

Usama bin Laden is believed to be hiding across the border in Pakistan, where U.S. ground troops are forbidden. But intelligence sources say if bin Laden is located, American commandos may be dispatched to kill or capture him.

Rowan Scarborough is author of "Rumsfeld's War: The Untold Story of America's Anti-Terrorist Commander," and "Sabotage: America's Enemies Within the CIA."


Muy interesante el concepto de Joint Interagency Task Force con gente de la CIA, NSA, FBI y otras Unidades de Inteligencia (DIA y demás) que podríamos poner en práctica en Afganistán (y otros lugares, llámese Sahel) con CNI, Guardia Civil y miembros de las FAS.

El libro en versión e-book: http://books.google.es/books?id=AiD54F3 ... =4#PPP1,M1
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Re: Joint Interagency Task Force

Mensaje por kilo009 » Dom Feb 14, 2010 8:13 pm

JITF South:

Misión: Lucha contra el tráfico de drogas (aire o mar) en el Caribe y aguas costeras de Sudamérica apoyándose en la monitorización de datos y fusión de inteligencia de todos los organismos con competencia en la materia. Planear y dirigir operaciones flexibles para detectar, controlar, impedir y neutralizar el cultivo, producción y transporte de drogas. Combatir a grupos narcoterroristas.

Agencias participantes:

-CIA
-DIA
-DoD
-FBI
-DEA
-NSA
-ICE
-NGA
-CBP

En la JITF S hay oficiales de enlace de países sudamericanos y la participación de Holanda.
Los holandeses participan (debido a las Antillas) en el llamado Commander Task Group (CTG) 4.4

Más información:

-Recipes for Failure and Keys toSuccess in Interagency Cooperation: Two Case Studies http://www.c4ads.org/files/Interagency% ... ration.pdf

-La parte holandesa: http://www.kvmo.nl/marineblad/pdf/marin ... lledig.pdf

-Joint Interagency Task Force: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/ ... d/jitf.htm

-Southcom: http://www.southcom.mil/appssc/pages/counterNarco.php

-http://www.ussc.gov/pubcom_200903/JointInteragencyTaskForce_PC033009.pdf

-Forma de trabajo: http://spanish.ecuador.usembassy.gov/la ... 30109.html

-Submarinos utilizados por los malos http://media.mcclatchydc.com/smedia/200 ... ate.91.pdf

-JITF (S) y Plan Colombia http://www.internationalrelations.house ... 051105.pdf
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Re: Joint Interagency Task Force

Mensaje por Loopster » Lun Feb 15, 2010 7:56 pm

kilo009 escribió:Agencias participantes:

-CIA
-DIA
-DoD
-FBI
-DEA
-NSA
-ICE
-NGA
-CBP


A menos que vaya incluida en el DoD o en el ICE... falta contar con el USCG, que pone no solo medios como helicópteros, aviones y cutters, sino también personal. De hecho hubo hace años una Task Force formada por SEALs y personal del USCG que se dedicaba a acciones antinarcóticos no solo en el Caribe, sino también en Europa.

Rota los tuvo en rotación durante una temporada :wink:
Cry havoc and unleash the hawgs of war - Otatsiihtaissiiststakio piksi makamo ta psswia

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Re: Joint Interagency Task Force

Mensaje por kilo009 » Jue Feb 18, 2010 11:09 pm

Los introduje en el DoS. De interés lo que comentas de apoyarse en Fuerzas de OE's militares para actividades contra narcotraficantes (asalto de buques). Dicho JITF colabora con España en algunas interceptaciones, paso de información, monitorización de buques, etc.

Para no repetir cometidos, zona de actuación del JITF West

Imagen

En Rojo área de responsabilidad
En Azul área de interés
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Re: Joint Interagency Task Force

Mensaje por kilo009 » Lun Mar 29, 2010 8:37 pm

Intervención del General Douglas M. Fraser, Jefe del SOUTHCOM (responsabilidad de Latinoamérica y Caribe) ante el Comité del Senado de las Fuerzas Armadas. Me centro en la parte del JIATF South:

Joint Interagency Task Force-South (JIATF-South): At the tactical and operational level within U.S. Southern Command, a model for this regional engagement and international and interagency coordination is JIATF-South located in Key West, Florida. JIATF-South exists to spearhead the effort to fight one of the most pressing challenges facing the region—illicit trafficking—with an acknowledged potential nexus with narco-terrorism. This interagency task force, which celebrated twenty years of excellence last year, is led by a U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral and is comprised of truly amazing individuals from all four branches of the military, 14 different agencies and 13 partner nations. This group, beyond doubt, is a team: a joint, interagency, international, combined and allied team—a creative and innovative body that defines “synergy”, the blending of experience, professionalism and knowledge being greater than the sum of its individual parts.
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JIATF-South continues to make incredible headway, producing extraordinary results every year. For example: JIATF-South‟s joint operating area (JOA) covers nearly 42 million square miles, almost 21 percent of the earth‟s surface; in the 20 years it has been conducting operations in this region, 2500 metric tons of cocaine have been seized, 705,000 pounds of marijuana interdicted, 4600 traffickers arrested, 1100 vessels captured, and a grand total of approximately $195 billion taken out of the pockets of the drug cartels. They have accomplished these results while possessing zero assets of their own—every aircraft and vessel involved with detection, monitoring, interdiction and apprehension is allocated through the Department of Defense Global Force Management process, Department of Homeland Security Statement of Intent, and International contributions that place the assets under tactical control (TACON) of JIATF-South, which can be recalled by their service provider or operational control (OPCON) authority if unexpected circumstances warrant, such as Haiti relief efforts, search and rescue (SAR), or other national interests. In 2009, JIATF-South had TACON of USCG, USN, and international ships for a total of 2915 on-station days, equating to an approximately 8.0 surface asset laydown on any given day within the JIATF-South JOA. Similarly, JIATF-South had TACON of Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), USCG, DOD and international long range maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) for a total of 9446 on-station hours, equating to an approximately 3.0 air asset laydown on any given day within the JIATF-South JOA. Based on JIATF-South‟s analysis, a 14.0 surface asset laydown and a 5.0 air asset laydown are required to meet the National Interdiction goal of 40 percent.
In addition to the need for organic surface and air assets, additional challenges that restrict JIATF-South from realizing their full effectiveness include: policy limitations on the amount and degree of intelligence and other data that can be shared with partner agencies and
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nations; structural and technological hurdles in situational awareness, particularly Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA); and, an unequal level of “end game” capabilities present in the military and security forces in the AOR. Still, in 2009, JIATF-South was responsible for greater than 61 percent of all global transit zone seizures and disruptions, and 45 percent of all cocaine seizures in the world; additionally, they were responsible for the interdiction of 226 metric tons of cocaine, equivalent to a net $4.5 billion loss for the cartels and traffickers. While doing all this, JIATF-South set the benchmark for workplace quality in a recent organizational study.8 This kind of success demands total commitment from the entire organization—inspirational leadership, complete integration, collaboration and partnership which exists at every level throughout the command. JIATF-South is the standard for integrating and synchronizing “whole of government”, “whole of nation”, and “whole of many nations” solutions in confronting challenges to our national and shared regional security.
http://www.southcom.mil/AppsSC/files/63 ... 937500.pdf


Los datos son básicamente espectaculares durante 2009:

-61% de las incautaciones e interrupciones mundiales
-45% de las incautaciones de cocaína mundiales
-Interdicción de 226 tm de cocaína (unas pérdidas de 4.5 mil millones de dólares)
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